In today’s Pune warriors vs Mumbai match, it was a battle of unequal powers. The Pune team was almost on the verge of pulling out of the tourney and were brought in at the last moment through diplomatic dialogue. Their boycott of the players auctions meant they had to settle for a sucky lot of players. But, they had one Saurav Ganguly at the helm … Continue reading David vs Goliath: And Dadagiri Forever!
Sorry for missing the train on this one. February 4th is the World Cancer Day and is one of the public health days that could do with some more propaganda in the public eye. I was so caught up with work and studies it just passed me by and I could not even get the chance to post about it. But it seems to have … Continue reading Thoughts on World Cancer Day: Part I–Unraveling Yuvraj Singh’s Cancer
I logged in to check if I had any comments or mails to moderate or reply to and I was hugely shocked to see this on the stats tab of the blog: Initially I had thought that the spike of visits was because of this post I wrote about my experience of the AIIMS PGMEE this Sunday, but I was being naïve! I was feeding … Continue reading So What If Peter Roebuck WAS Gay?
Just as I was about to wind up for the night, I came across this news bit on Twitter: Peter Roebuck is dead. He was supposedly being investigated for committing sexual assault when he jumped t0 his death from the 6th floor of his hotel room in South Africa. He was there to cover the Australia – South Africa series. Whilst there is a lot … Continue reading R.I.P.: Peter Roebuck
F**k you SRK. Bah. Got that off my chest. Anyways. Now to discuss the match. This pic from ESPN CricInfo more or less summarizes the events of the day: Following the fall of Robin Uthappa, this emotional fan breached the security and invaded the pitch to throw himself at the feet of Dada. Oh, by the way, this match was not held in Kolkata… This … Continue reading Ganguly: The Comeback Man
Not unlike the way he cracked the Kolkata Knights’ armor and won the match with gay-le abandon! Watch his dance of destruction! Continue reading Gayle Storm Pummels Punjab
This was bound to happen sooner rather than later. A side with a decent spin department was bound to trap the Kolkata Knight Riders in their own trap. So Kochi, the new kids on the IPL block, were to face off with the old losers, KKR. Batting first, Kochi opened with long time KKR gunner, Kiwi dasher, Brendan McCullum, who seems to have struck a … Continue reading Just Like Olden Days